Digital wellbeing for small business owners – business.connected

Laura Amenta
Laura AmentaPalms Up Club

Posted: Fri 11th Jun 2021

In this free business.connected workshop, Laura Amenta, programme adviser and founder of Palms Up Club, shares her top tips on digital wellbeing for business owners.

Key takeaways from this session:

  • What digital wellbeing is

  • How to define your own rules for digital engagement

  • How to grow an online audience

  • The importance of mental wellbeing, when it comes to engaging online


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Laura Amenta
Laura AmentaPalms Up Club
I'm a tech expert and digital strategist with a focus on digital wellbeing, facilitating curious conversations about the ways we use technology in our professional lives and the impact it has on our mental wellbeing. I believe there is a way to gain back control over your digital spaces and write your own rules for digital engagement I have over 10 years of experience in digital strategy, online communications, social media, web design and UX/usability testing, both professionally and academically.  My why? I'm a tech geek and an entrepreneur at heart, who loves to connect with other people and small businesses. I want to show people that tech doesn't need to be scary or frustrating or overwhelming, but that it can be fun and creative and a powerful tool in making a bigger positive impact with your work.  With my business Palms Up Club, I'm on a mission to help wellness entrepreneurs embrace tech and enhance their impact by going online. Yet, I also love to work with clients outside of the wellness industry, mostly with small business owners and start-ups. 

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